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CLAIRVOYANTS AND SPIRITUALISM.
MRS. J. J. W'HlT7?S^Y7~nO4~Market: trance! test, business medium; life reader; also medi- cal clairvoyant; stamp for circular; sittings Jl. YOUR future told by cards. 25c. 944 Howard Bt.. 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. . , ..' •¦.".' MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently: buslnes* advice: names. given; 250 up.-. 6 Fourth st. •. MME. SYBILLE— CradIe to grave; futurehus- band's picture. 25c; ladies. 914 O'Farrell at. COLLECTION OFFICES. . . J. FRANKEL; law and collections; real estate, insurance. .Investments,- etc; " Room. 75, 120. Butter Et. : . -. ¦¦' .¦ . .'. -."- ; ¦ "..¦•"¦•' GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency; no charge un- less Buccessful. Room 310.' 927 -Market st. ¦ COTTAGES TO LET. \ COTTAGE. •4*. rooms, modern ¦ Improvements; sunny. yard; cellar; .. 18S9 O'FiaxreU Bt:.. , • . .SIO^-BAT- window "c-ottage. 4 rooms; water free. .103. Collins st., near Geary.' \, • • • . ••."••.¦¦• SUNNY cottages,'- 4 and ¦• 6 rooms, basement; yard; Et able. 1876 Fifteenth St., near Dolores. 2 COTTAGES, 2 arid 4 rooms each,' with. base- ment and stable to each. 91? Capp'st. ¦ . ¦ $10— BAY window .cottage, 4 rooms; water free. 103 Collins st..: near Geary. ". ¦"•..:¦ > ¦). /:•'.•¦,' ,"¦..".¦':¦ DENTISTS. '[. ¦ .'.-// : - : ;-" : A-DR.' . T. B:T J«GGINi r ~aent«l ¦ parlors! ""• »« Market st., over Cafe Zinkand— Teeth extract- ed without palnby-UEe of electricity^ gas or . chloroform; also by local anaesthetics applied to, the gums; the best and most artistic dental work at reasonable prices;- pure 'gold fillings ' from $1 up; other fillings from 60c; badly de- ' cay ed' teeth carefully, treated, and filled -. or ' crowned . without pain: plates that, fit from ¦ $4 10 up; open evenings apd fiuhdays.'.' " -.. A FULL set of teeth on. a.- rubber plate, $5; a full set of. teeth on a gold plate, $25; teeth . without' a plate; crown and . bridge work our specialty; see our flesh-colored plates, thinner and stronger, than rubber, warranted for '20 years; flll'.ngs,. 50c: crowns,. $3 50: all work painless and warranted.. -Chicago Dental Par- lors. .24' Sixth st. : '.,¦¦¦' V ¦ '¦.:¦¦¦¦:¦'¦;:.:'- AT the ELECTRO-DEXTAL CLINIC. 809 Mar- ket Bt..- cor. 4th, rm. 7, Flood bldg., you can ..have your extractions done painlessly; 1 teeth without plates our specialty; i gold- crowns, $3 60 up: plates, extractions free; $4 CO up; of- • flee hours. 9a. m. to 10 pi m. : Sundays, 9to 2 p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON. M. P., Manager. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK. 20 O'Farrell st.. ex- tracts and-fllls teeth painlessly 'by his won- derful secret method; crowns, $2; bridges, $4; - rubber or flexible plates,' $3; received 8 first . prizes; 'nor students; • guaranteed 12 years. .'. DR. LUDLUM HILL, '1443 Market St.. ne%r ' Eleventh — Crowns, bridge work and fillings a • specialty: all work reasonable; gas given. . PARIS Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny, cor. Bush- Full set of teeth, $4; crowns, $3; fillings, 25c.' . DR. C. H. CUMMIXGS.. 233 Valencia; dental ¦ work.reas.; painless extraction; hours 9 t0. 5. VAN VROOM— "Painless": evenings and Sun- days. 1001 Market St.. corner Sixth. LOWEST prices In S. F. : work warranted 10 . years. X. . Y. Dentists, 969 Mission, cor. 6th. SET of teeth without "plate, DR. H. O. YOUXG. 1841 Polk st. ¦¦•"•.'.¦' ¦'¦•-• ¦":. OHIO Dental Parlors, 1nc. :. 8 graduate opera- tors; open evenlnes and Sundays. 850 Market.. ¦'^^¦.^•J^jjgg^^^ DR.'BCZARD'S Dog Hospital. Post. Fillmore— Advice and rhedlclne 75c; city visits $1 60; all. animals treated: dogs boarded. Tel.- West 636.. DRESSMAKERS AND SKA II STHE.SSUS S. F. Dressmaking. Ladles' Tailoring School; .French tailoring system taughL.3os Van Ness. PARISIAN dressmaking, 357 Geary St.; dresses made, }5 up; dresses made over; perfect-fit.. MCDOWELL Dressmaking School— Leading sys- tem; easy payments; evg. classes. 103 Post. '. ACCORDION pleating factory^-AH kinds' pleat- ' Ing.pinklng. 121 Post, over O'Connor & Moffat. ; '.'..;'¦¦'. . ¦ : ¦: educational. '':- ; .' r- ; ; ; •' HEALD'S BusTnesTcoliegei 24 Poet St.; S F^— Practical courses In bookkeeping, shorthand, typing. . . languages, "¦ telegraphy, .-"• English branches, civil/electrical and mining enKi- neerlng. etc. ; new 80-page catalogue free. ¦ A SCHOOL In.' physical culture, and swimming .. for young men, young. ladles and boys; superb gymnasium and hygienic bathing facilities; calt water and swimming tank. Y. M. C. . A., Mason and Ellis sts.. "The Wise for cure on exercise depend.'.' ¦¦' .' ' ..•''...¦¦¦¦ JOSEPH GREVEN,'. lnßtructor of several of our best local talent <a few of them success- ful teachers themselvea). can develop beautU . ful, strong voices : from the smallest and faultiest in short time. 1236 Market St.. r. 121. BOOKKEEPIXG — Xeltner time . nor money . . wasted; most thorough course on earth; rapid calculations. Tarr. exp. account.. Flood bldg. ALL students' but two taking full course this year got positions. SAN FRAXCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1238 Market Bt. ENGIXEERIXG school, civil, electrical mining, mech., survey, assay, archl. : day and even.; est. 1864. VA*X PER XAILLEX, 933 Market. A— SIXGIXO. piano, French. Spanish: Parisian . graduate; $2 mo. 530 G. G. aye.. r. 6; hr. 2-8. VIOLIX, mandolin, guitar. Prof. Merki, success- ful teacher, 1008 Mission; best methods, results. FRENCH, Spanish, etc. Prof.De Flllppe's Acad- emyof languages, 320 Post; est. 1871; ablest profs. PIANO, banjo, . mandolin; reasonable terms; thorough Instruction. Studio, 405 Geary, r. 47. AYRES' Business College. 723 Market st ; life scholarship, $50; send for catalogue. CLASSES In German. French. Spanish; $! per month. Add. Language Teacher. 904 Taylor. SHORTHAND taught personally and by mail; languages. Miss M. G. Barrett. 302 Montgyy. BOOKKEEPING, arithmetic, grammar, writing; day and night; terms low. 1024 Mission, nr. 6th. ACTING and vaudeville people put on stage. Hallett. Lyceum Theater, 310 O'Farrell st. DAXCIXG. ballroom or stage, quickly taught; T»rlv. or class. Barker's Academy. 927 Mission. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. A JAPAXESE and Chinese employment office. Xo. 10 Geary St.. established over 6 years, re- moved to 421 Post st.. near Powell. GEO. AOKI, telephone Bush 135. ORPHEUM. Employment Office— Japanese, Chl- nese. 4Z6 Powell, near Sutter: tel. Black 1321. CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office- best help. 414' i rcPnrrell pt.: tel. East 426. EMPLOYMENT WANTED FEMALE. AT MRs7~LAMnE?iT''B. 418 Powell st.T tel. Main 5332— Competent German cook, also Ger- man secpnd girl, good seamstress, await posi- tions, same family; city or country; best refs. AT MRS. LAMBERT'S, 41S Powell, tel. Main 5332—2 competent second girls await positions. YOUXG girl wishes place to assist, Jl2 to $15; Swedish second girl, two years last place; German housegirls; first-class cook, one year's references. MRS. XORTON,. 313 Sutter st. REFINED, intelligent young lady desires po- sition us copyist, office work or. any similar work, forenoons only; small salary to com- . menee with. Address box 2501, Call office, j COMPETENT woman wants to', do housework: Is good cook and laundress: good baker; fond ¦ of children;' wages- $l5 to $20. ' Please' call At 79 Jeasle at. . .. • . •-. : : . '-. . ;' -.."-. WANTED—PoBItIon by Eastern' woman as working housekeeper; widower's .family;' thor- oughly understands cooking and' sewing; city .-• or country. Call for three days, at 812 Howard. SITUATION, wanted by a' young worijan to do • housework or ' assist in any kind of work. /. Box 2505, Call office. . " . ;•". -'.-" - "..-.; . ¦ . RESPECTABLE girKfrom the East wishes a position as-'secdnd girl. In private family." Call •at -709 Hampshire; st; • .' ' •' •'.¦>'; " SITU ATIOX. wanted by' a capable woman to do housework; city .or' country; Call at 759 Mls- ¦Blon.Bt. ¦•..-".'• .".."."' •'•":-" '• "¦ ¦ •••'" WORK by the day by good laundress, or will ¦ do general work;' $1 and.- car fare. Address ¦ ISB4 Fifteenth' at., .near- Mission* '•" ': AX elderly woman, wishes position, as house- keeper or to. do housework for elderly couple, -.476 Jessie st. . : - . " ;. ¦ ¦ , ¦ ¦ ' "¦ • ' •;- COMPETENT- person wishes a-, situation to do .cooking and downstairs work;- best ' of refer- ¦ ences; city or.courjtry. 'Call 7 Van Ness aye. GERMAN girl .wishes" .a sltupation;. is good coo'.k; also thoroughly ' understands housekeep- •'lric. Inquire 332. Guerrero st. .-. . ¦ .RESPECTABLE young, woman 'wishes work by ¦ -the. day.: Apply at 806 Taylor st., rear. . SITUATION wanted, by a French girl- as- a :cook In a private family "or- upstair? work'; will .furnish the best of reference; country or • city. " Call, at 1319 Buchanan St., between .10 • .a. m.. and 2n. m. ¦ " . • .- ' SITUATION wanted by 'a respectable woman as nurse; will nnslst with housework; good referencea . CIS- O'Farrell st. " YOUXG woman, refined and competent, deslre3 .situation as seamstress and chamber work; would take second work.. .216 V& Sixth st, r. a. FIRST-CLASS arm waitress desires position In restaurant. Call or address .A. L., 1017 Bat- tery st. ¦ : • . YOUNG Swedish, girl wants general houge- , work; wages $15. 64 Fair-Oaks St., near Twen- ty-second.., • . A COMPETENT " woman wants .work by the • day; references. 3355 Mission, opposite 30th. BORROW money of the respectable and rella- , ble house ol UNCLE HARRIS. IS Graut avt. EMPLOYMENT WANTED— FEMAiB. WAXTED^-Positlon by an American young lady for general office work; speaks : and writes Spanish. 2003 O'Farrell st. ' WIDOW with daughter (12) wants respectable situation as housekeeper; any part of South- • crn California; good references. • Address box IEO7. Call office.- ¦ . .... ¦- ' .. COOK— Experienced German lady desires posi- tion:" German and American: cooking; no washing. . Address MRS. SCHMITS, 675 Twenty-second ' st. , ¦ Oakland. ¦ ."¦- ¦" '-" ' • YOUXG girl, would like" situation as chamber- maid' or seamstress: hotel . preferred. • Box 2076. Call office.:. ?'¦". - -'". ". ¦-. YOUNG, colored woman would, like position as ' lady's maid; is willing and neat. sewer. Box 1116. Call.offlce."..-. . '. . ¦'."¦ .." . - "'• ALL around cook-'- wants place In restaurant '. or. hotel; can take chef s place in kitchen; - good pastry cook.; MRS. H.. 804 Vallejo st. . STRONG healthy . youiig ' woman would like situatlon"asv.'etnurse:- references given. - Call at 210 Clara St.. in the rear. . WINCHESTER House, 44 Third St., near Mar- ket; 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 night: $1 50 to $« .-. week; convenient and respectable; free bus . and baggage to; and from ferry. ¦ . >: CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office, 2200 Flllmore st. A BRANCH office, for Call advertisements and .subscriptions ha* been established at 1096 Va- ; ¦ lencla 8t. .;. . '. ¦ . .¦¦'.-¦. -.. ¦¦¦ ¦ A BRAXCH office for ' the reception of adver- ¦ ¦ tisements and- subscriptions has been opened . at. 1223 Polk St.; open until. 9 p. m. ¦:. ' ' - A BRAXCH office for Call advertisements and . subscriptions has been established at_ the -.northwest corner- of Twenty-setfrnd and X.en- . tucky sts.: open until 9 p. m. KMPLO VMENT WANTED— MAJLBL; COA(^lMA?Tand'gardener or man about place, Scandinavian,, best' of • references, • wishes sit- uation": See J. F. CROSETT £ CO., 628 Sacra- ; rnentOßt.;. '.,•¦» ..•.-.;" . ' :,- .-A • ': . ".- "' : '¦• . ¦ YOUNG man, . steady and sober; wants posl- ;tlon. attending horse, garden, lawn or- any -other outdoor work; trustworthy and handy; speaks German and English; $20 month; refer- ¦ ... enees; city- or surroundings. . Box .4248, . Call.. PRACTICAL carpenter desires a situation; un- . derstands blacksmlthing; capable, of taking charge of ranch and keep agricultural lmple- ; ments in repair. Address C. P.. 812 Kearny. RELIABLE, young man. strong and sober, wishes work of any kind; handy with. tools. r 80x:2502. Call office. .-..•..¦'.::¦ ¦ ' EDUCATED young man. aged 22. good pen- . man and accountant, desires position as clerk In Insurance office. Box 2504. Call office. BOY 19 years of age wishes place on ranch; un- derstands handling horses;.- not afraid' of . work. Address B. C, 645 California St.. BARBER would like, a steady place evenings Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Box 10S3, Call office. •"-.'-..' . -V COMPETENT man, . who understands general forming, orchard work and raising poultry; can run Incubator; wants situation on ranch or gentleman's place. Address box 1093 Call. GERMAN of 30, stranger In California, seeks . position on private place; best care taken of Etock and grounds. A. T. MORSTADT, 11 Silver et. . •¦.--... . ¦".":-.'.•. \ .'¦"..'.- YOUNG man wants work on chicken ranch: four years' experience in retail business; good poultry dresser: good reference. Box 2074. Call. YOUNG man wants position: good plain, cock for "some ranch or Email mining camp.: J.. . DARBY. 114 Ellis at. . JAPANESE, honest boy, desires situation as Fchoolboy in a small family; speaks English. T. S.. 807 Polk st. '. -.:¦.-' ¦; ¦¦ -. . " '. JAPANESE* wants first-class laundry or any work in kind family; wages $25 up. MITOYA, box 2191.. Call office.. . ' • ." " ¦¦ . -... ¦ : CARPENTER, first-class mechanic, wants a ¦ . situation. Address 553 *& Xatoma at. ': •. FIRSTrCLASS upholsterer and carpenter will '\ do work: hotel, lodging or private house. ' Box ' .2075. Call office. :;. '/ y v ¦¦ '¦•;; ;. ¦¦¦'¦' '¦" 'FAPER-rHANOER and painter. wants nouses to paper .br paint; cheap; ' has tools. •-. Address .-'box 10S2. Call office. . ;-. '¦:'.¦¦;': ."' : . '"¦" ". SITUATION wanted by . young : single man. age 30 years; flrst-clas3 grower, of roses, carnations and chrysanthemums and • good . propagator: ten years In last position: from the East; could fill a private place: . best reJerence. CHAS A.. BRUNGER; Bell Conservatory . Company, ; Sacramento, Cal. EXPERIENCED, stenographer and bookkeeper. .' wants position; has acted as secretary, for two years. Address box . 1099, Call office. ¦ HANDY man, carpenter, wants steady work at -.anything; factory, wholesale house or ranch; reliable. Box 1113. Call office. EXPERIENCED hotel man, clerk, bookkeeper • or cater«r desires position; moderate salary. . Box 1109, Call office. . EXPERT bookkeeper; opening and closing of books, or permanent position desired. Box 1109, Call office. BORROW money on diamonds and watches; low Interest. . Uncle Harris, 15 Grant aye. EXPERIENCED stenographer, typewriter and general office man: Al references furnished. Address box 354, Call office. MAN, understands thoroughly the wine and liquor business, wishes position; best refer- ences. Address box 352, Call office. ¦ -"~'v-.- ; STEWARD, Just from the East; would like position in hotel or club; has -had experience In golf, yacht and city clubs; Al references. Box 1114. Call office. YOUNG Japanese wants to do any kind of work, gardening preferred.: Box 1102, Call. WANTED — By young man who speaks and . writes English. German and Spanish, position in store or otherwise; business experience and best references; willing to go to Mexico, Man- ila or elsewhere. Address H. 8., Cal\ office. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmoro st. A BRANCH oifice for the reception of adver- tisements and subscriptions has been opened • at 1223 Polk St.; open till 9 p. m. A BRANCH office for the reception of adver- tisements and subscriptions has been opened at 1223 Polk Bt. ; open until 9 p.. m. EXCHANGE. FOR exchange for something valuable: San Jose residence property. A: K. SPERO, 2154 University uve.. Berkeley. Cnl. EXI'EHT OPTICIANS. GEO. MAYERLE, German expert optician, 1071% Market St.: examination free: German eyewater by mall, 60c. Phone, Mint 257. FLATS TO LETV FLAT 4 rooms, bay window, and bath. 716 Natcma St.. betweeen Eighth and Ninth; $12. FLATS of 5 and 6 rooms; $12 and $14; cottage 4 rooms. $10. Key 623 Second st. ; IF you want to move get printed list flats to let from BALDWIN & HOWELL. 10 Montgomery. MODERX sunny northwest corner flat. 7 rooms and bath; elegant view. ZM Scott st. ¦¦ TWO flats: 4 rooms each; 1 flat furnished; 2 baths; 2 toilets; all necessaries. 1917 Geary at. $20— NEW modern sunny upper flat. 6 rooms, bath: $16. lower. 5 rooms, bath, large yard: Mission and Twenty-second . st. cars pass door. . 214 Chattanooga st., near Twenty-third. $20-^A.NICE upper flatof 7 rooms and bath; ¦ Just renovated. 1627 Devisadero St., bet: Post '-. and .Butter. - . . • ¦ .•'¦'.¦ " 73 RAUSCH st.; flat of. 6: rooms and bath, with all modem improvements. ..--¦'"¦• $12— FOUR sunny rooms. '. 133 Ivy aye., near Van Ness;- . •• ' . . ' . .•• ¦ " . . ' " "¦" ¦; • .slo— SUNNY cottage of 3 rooms. '134 Rose aye.i ¦• bet ween. Gough and Octavi.a sts. s'" ¦ ¦ BORROW money on diamonds and- watches; low interest. UNCLE HARRIS; 15 Grant *ye. •"^;_._' 1 ._'•_"_'_¦' ¦' VKKK TO. ALL. ' BEAUTIFULLY "Illustrated, book, by sending address- tn lock hox «43; Lo« " Angela. Cal. " . FURNITURE FOR SALE. . EX AMELED iron bedsteads, all sizes, $2 90; heavy' matting. 10c per yard: 30x60 inch rugs. ' Jl. Eastern Outfitting Co.. 1310-1312: Stockton. ... st.. : near- Broadway:, open evenings: . •-TWO bedroom sets: state <<full price. A. M., box 2507, Call office. . .-: !' .. ;¦¦¦¦[.:'¦ '¦¦ .'4 ROOMS. furnished in dak for $48 CO. with Xo. . V range. King Furniture Co.; 1127-1131 Market, FUUNITURK WANTED; ...; ALFRED • WOLLPERT,.. 773 Mission, st:. pays ' the highest prices for your Id-hand furniture. CHAS." LEVY .buys your furniture; carpets," piano. 1133 Market St.; telephone Jessie 761. W..K. CODY (late with J. T. Terry & Co.) buys . furniture, carpets. 757 Mission: tel. Red. 3351. HELP WANTED— AGENTS. AGENTS — House-to-house canvassers. 1 Call niter -9, a. m.. 1517 Market st. '/ AGEXTS, ladles or gentlemen, to sell Columbia guitars and zithers in each county In Cali- fornia: good contract. CHARLES AMBROSE, 1517 Market St.- . , . ¦ . ' EXCLUSIVE control of territory and good com- mission to man capable of selling the newest and best household article: State and county age.nts.- R. J. TRUMBULL.. 419 Sansome at. AGEXTS In each county on. coast; permanent work and territory: article a. seller. HER- HICK, 1417 Brush at.. Oakland. HELP WANTED— FE3I ALE. •'C. R, HANSEX & CO... PHONE GRANT 185 7 ' ...HOTEL DEPARTMENT.... ... Waitresses for Pasadena,. Coronado, Fresno. .Reno. San'Mateo; $20; 3 waitresses, city, $20; .-2 chambermaids to wait, $20; woman cook, $30; 2- fancy ironers. Coronado.' $30. • ....FAMILY- DEPARTMENT....... Woman with a child, city. $20; 2 nurse girls . with references, $20, $15; 3 German cooks, city, • . $25; 5 cooks, country. $20, $23; houseglrls, city tmd country. $25. $15. C. R. HAXSEX & CO.. 104 Geary st. WANTED— German or French lair's maid oi.d seamstress, ¦ $25. travel- to" Paris: chamber¦- ¦ maids and wait 1 meal, $20; 2 laundrcFse9>,|2s: pantry girl, $25; 3 second girls, $20. $25; par- lor maid and waitresses, $25; we also want a large number of. girls for housework for . American and German families. $20, $25.' J. F. CROSETT & CO., 316 Sutter st. TWO cooks, San Rafael. $35 and $25; housegirl, •Oakland, $25. no washing: waitress, $25;- cook, two In family, $25; 50 housework girls, $25 and $20: 2 nureeKlrls. $20 and $15. MRS. NOR- TOX, 313 Sutter St. . HELP of all nationalities to fill various po- . Bltlons. MRS. LAMBERT. 418 Powell st. WANTED — Girl for general housework and plain, cooking. ' 910 A Devlsadero St., near Mc- AUlster. . ' - ¦ ¦ - APPRENTICE with some experience on cus- tom .coats; paid while ¦ learning. 214 Seventh. YOUXG girl for general housework. Pleise call at 2418 Geary st. ; no postals. WANTED— GirI for second work and waiting. 1307 Hyde st. ¦-¦',- . . WANTED— GirI - for general housework. 524 Oak st., near Webster.. LADY, solicitor; big pay. Call room 605, Call building, between 12 and 1 p. m. ' " . NEAT, smart girl to assist nurse in Institution; . wages $10. 612 Minna st. '. : GIRL . for upstairs work. .621 Post st. , WANTED— Xeat girl; 3 In family; light house- ' work;. s3' a month.' 1219 Hayes st. .. . ¦ ¦¦' EQCPERIEXCED woman to cut In factory on '. . ladles' - waists. 723 Market st..- room 35. '..".. ¦WANTED-r-Unlncumbered lady as housekeeper In widower's family: plain cooking: 6 in fam- ily ;¦' good. home. Call or address 843 Franklin . St., Oakland. -. " SALESLADIES wanted during the sale at A. CAILLEAU'3. 114-116 Kearny at. APPREXTICES on shirts; paid while learning. . STANDARD SHIRT FACTORY, cor. Gough and Grove sts. • .WOMEN and girls on steam" power sewing ma- chines; experienced or Inexperienced. Shirt ¦Factory; Z6V4 Fremont St.; elevator. STENOGRAPHER and typewriter wanted. Address R., box 2812, Call office. . HANDS with factory experience to make wrap- • pers at home; also Inside hands. 109 Battery. GIRL or woman for light housework; good home. Apply 346 Sanchez et., near Sixteenth. WAITRESS— SIS per month and room. 615 Val- encia at. . ' • • • ¦ ¦ GIRL for general housework in foreign fara- lly. 1527 Maaon st. ¦ LADIES' cloaks, suits, $1 per week. Eastern Outfitting Co.. 13C6 Stockton, near Broadway. BORROW money on sealskins, silverware; low interest. UXCLE HARRIS, 16 Grant aye. A BRAXCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions haa been established at 1096 Va- ' li-ncla Ht. . '-,- ..•-.<-;.¦¦ • . A' BRAXCH office for the reception of adver- tisements ami subscriptions has been opened . at 1223 Polk St.; open until 9 p. m. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has. been established at the northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken- - tucky wts.; open until 9 p. m. ¦ HELP WANTED — -MALE. AT C. iC^lAXS^f^^oysT^oTGEAKY^r. .....HOTEL DEPARTMENT German head cook, restaurant, south, $S0; ..chef -and crew, summer resort, $250; -. French second cook, J6O; 2 waiters, city, $30 and $40; ..waiter, country hotel. $25: elevator boy, ref- . erences, $20; ironer, $35; starcher and polish- er, country, $30 ............... MISCELLAXEOUS. Gang of teamsters, scraper holders and load- era .and dumpmen for the Coast Road, free fare, ship Sunday and Monday, hire to-day... \ 2. pruners for orchard, $1 a day and board, "see boss here; 2 orchard hands who can prune, $26 and board; blacksmith, country chop. $2 a day. C. R. HANSEX & CO.. 104 . Geary st. HEAD waiter; country hotel; $CO. C. R. HAX- SEX & CO.. 104 Geary fit. - MURRAY & READY PHONE MAIN 5543 Leading Employment and Labor Agents. .WANT 7 A. M. TO-DAY Nursery gardener $30 and found miller, small country flour mill orchard pruners. $26 and found milkers 6 woodchoppers. Placer County, $2 25 cord: ' tools, furnished; also 120 woodchoppers and tlemakers, different parts of California. MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st. BARBER, country shop. $14 week. MURRAY & READY. C 34 and 636 Clay St. WAXTED — American foreman for gravel mine. $3 day; first-class gardener, $30 to $35 and found: farmers. $20, $25 and $26; 2 pruners, $25; German second cook, $50: waiters, dish- washers and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO., •628 Sacramento st. . •?.<-• BARBERS' Protective Union— The only legal organized union on the coast. J. J. HEINZ. Employment Secy.. 630 Market, downstairs. BARBERS' Progressive Union— Free employ- ment. 11. Bernard, Sec., 104 7th; tel. Jessie 152. MECHANIC: young woodworker with draught- . Ing preferred: steady place In factory and store. Itox 2508. Call. i . ¦ BUTCHER'S boy wanted;, one who can cut meat. Call Twenty-second and Dolores sts., butcher shop. '.. : ..; FIVE ¦ 4-horso teams and wagons wanted to haul rock; 6 to 8 months' steady. work. Box 1011, Call office. Oakland. BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. 1322 Pow- ell Bt. . . ;:.'¦.- ; TWO barbers for Saturday. 797 Mission it. GOOD barber wanted at 947 Fillmore St.. corner of McAllister,. .¦-•'"'•'¦ ' - ' : BARBER wanted Saturday and Sunday. ' Apply 1327 Pacific et. ? . . ¦¦¦ GOOD barber Friday afternoon and Saturday. Call after 9 o'clock, 623 Clay st. . • .; BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. 656 Fourth street. . . .¦.-¦-,.:... 600 PAIRS men's shoes, slightly damaged, half price.- 562 Mission Et., between Ist and. 2d sts. YOUNG jnen as agents; good terms.. . 1027V4 Market st. ; call afternoons. • .. ¦" ¦ . WANTED— Solicitors for retail business;- wages and commission. Apply box 2506. Call. -- . BOOTBLACK for barber shop and to clean baths. 12Q Geary st. . -'¦-. -•¦'¦':.¦¦ -V STRONG boy in bakery; experienced preferred:. 108 Ninth st. •'¦ I-.-: ? ¦- ...- " WANTED— WaIter. 217 Sixth st. ' "' > ¦¦'; . RELIABLE young man: salary; security re- quired. Room 202. 927 Market st. :."'-. ¦ , ' : WANTED— First-class bootblack in barber shop at 2124 Flllmore st. . . ¦ V •¦ ¦ ¦; ; . PRINTIXG— Wanted, boy. to set type; small ¦ Job -office. 79 Third st ;"¦ ¦ .' ¦ :-,:¦'¦ ¦ SIGN painting; boy or young man; steady work.: 79 Third st. ¦¦.•.,¦¦ EXPERIENCED knife cutter, between ' 10 and ,11,;' 723 Market st.. room 33. . . - •'"; ... PAINTER with three falls and hooks. 966 Folsom st. . '. ",* ¦ - "'•.-' ..'-. '" ."'••' • BARBER sh6p for sale; 848 Seventh St.; bring J25 and make start; 2 living rooms.. • WANTED— Patternmakers.. Apply at Vulcan ¦ Iron Works, corner Francisco and Kearny «ts. GOOD barber shop for sale. Inquire at 733VJ .Broadway. ; • .••-.'." MEN wanted to learn barber -trade In 8 weeks; day and "evening class; -special inducement - this season: handsome illustrated catalogue . and souvenir free;' only '.lnstitution In the world teaching the barber and halrdresslng tradea. .MOLER'B BARBER COLLEOE. .635 Clay st. Branches — San Francisco, New .York, St. ' Louis, Chicago. Minneapolis. ' WANTED-HOood brushmaker. '¦ 1612 Polk st." ¦GET. your shoes half-soled -while waltlmr;- 25c ' ¦ to 50c. 562 Mission St.. between Ist and 2d sts. BARBER shop: 2'chalrs; city front; good trade. Calt on STOLTZ. 630 Market, st. . ¦ STEADY- man and wife can have free .rent in exchange for/housekeeping service; give- refr orence. Address box 1106. .Call. WAXTED— Laborers and mechanics to. know that Ed Rolkln, . Reno House, proprietor,- still iuns- Denver House, 217 Third st. : 150 large rooms; 25c per night; $1 to' < 2 per week.;<- ... MEX and women to learn barber trade; day and evening ' classes. * Expert Instruction at S. F. BARBER SCHOOL. 741 A Howard at. BORROW money of the resDectable and relia- ble house of UXCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye. JEWELERS wanted. Apply 328 Bush" at., third -. floor, room 4. SEAMEX, blacksmiths and carpenters- for ahlps at HERMAN'S. '26 Eteuart St. BARBER shop for sale cheap; living 'rooms in rear. Call at 1743 Market at . PEXSIOXS^-J." H. SHEPARD •¦ &¦ CO., attor- neys. Hearst- bldg.." Third and Market. 200SIXGLE furnished rooms. 10c, 15c and 25c per night. Llndell. 6th and Howard; read. rm. HELP WANTED -MALE. SALESMAN wanted— Successful subscription book salesmen will learn of rare opportunity by . addressing or calling at 927 Market st. room 622. ¦ ' WANTED- 100 men to try our 15c breakfast, dinner or Bupper; best in city. 406 McAllister. WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 Third St.. near Mar- ket; 700 rooms, 25c night; reading room; free 'bus and baggage to and from the ferry. A 'BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established an the northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken- tucky sts.; open till 9 p. m. A BRAXCH office for the reception of adver- tisements and subscriptions has been opened at 1223 Polk st.; open till 9 p. m. A BRAXCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 109« Va- lencia st. ' ' HORSES, LIVE STOCK. Etc— For Sal* 40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies, carts, harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market. 327 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednesday. 'SULLIVAN b. DOYLE. Auctioneers. BEAUTIFUL sorrel horje; 7 years old; weight 1050; Al pedigree: good condition; good driver; on bad traits: a bargain. Can be seen at Maa- cot Stables. 1106 Golden Gate aye. 60 HEAD fine tlraught and driving horses at 1621 and 1623 Market St.. b*t. Twelfth and Brady; also some fine matched black teams. BEAUTIFUL bay surrey horse, 6 years, per- fectly sound; party leaving State: investigate; weight 1250. Call at £03 Sutter St.. 10 to 12 m. FIRST-CLASS Jersey cow, fresh, for sale. COS Pacific aye.. Alameda. BIG black horse, $20; side spring top buggy, $20; road cart. $12. 19 City Hall aye. FOR sale— Cheap, brown team. I**4: 10 years old. DALZIEL. Vet. Dentist. 605 Q. G. aye. HODaBS — LODGING^ — FOR SALE. . .W.......15-ROOM HOUSE OX GEARY New Elegant Upright Piano ~ ..Good furniture; clears $100 Price $1500. DECKER. 1020 Market st. ..'. ..26-Room House Worth $1000 Price $450. DECKER. 1020 Market st. 10 ROOMS; on O'Farre'.l st $3X3 10 rooms; on Taylor st.; worth $500...... 450 82 rooms; corner; clears $150. ltiOu 10-room flat; clears $150 600 ¦ Corner on Market; clears $400; 104 rooms.. 4500 Near Call office; worth $2000; 29 rooms.. 1200 Mod. house; elev..; clears $J00; 84 rooms. 6T.00 CALL. I CAN SUIT YOU IX TERMS, PRICE AXD LOCATION. MOXEY TO LOAX OX AXT HOUSE. TELEPHONE JOHX 61. H. C. DECKER. 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth. SPECIAL bargain — 9-room house; 8 rooms next door; one clears expense of both. Paciflo States Realty Co., 220 Parrott building. 13 ROOMS— Fine location; cheap $425 15 rooms — Clean and neat $900 80 rooms — Clears $150 monthly... $1100 12 rooms — Fine transient $550 Pacific States Realty Co.. 320 Parrott bldg. $300—21 ROOMS: good location: all rented. $425—22 rooms; all rented: rent $23 a month. $850— 2S rooms; north of Market St.; low rent. $950 — 40 rooms; all rented; rent $75 month. .$1200—65 rooms; rent $100. BASILE. 3 Eddy. R. H. WINSTON A CO.. 1026 Market st, ' 22 rooms; rent $75; clears $75; only $"7) 66 rooms; fine corner: offices; part cash.. 350>) 40 rooms; rent $120; good location 2000 12 ROOMS: full of good furniture and rood people; 1 block of Market; $400; rent $30; clears $35; owner sick; leaving city. M. GRIFFIi*, 719 Market St., near Call building. HOWARD, 1061—11 rooms: rent $27; half house more than pays rent: rooms always rented: selling account of departure: no dealers or agents; $250. $250— 10 FINELY furnished rooms; all rented; good location. • Particulars 73 Third st. ROOMIXG-HOUSE, 20 rooms and bath; must sell: 111 health. 1151 Mission st. ;-•... ¦: HOUSES TO LET. A— PRINTED list: houses to let; send for dr- cular. G. H. UMBSEX & CO.. 14 Montgomery. BROADWAY. 1935. between • Laguna and Bu- chanan sts. — Elegant house of 12 rooms; bath, servants' room, etc.; newly renovated. For further particulars apply to G. H. UMBSEX & CO., 14 Montgomery st. TO let— Furnished or unfurnished; modern ' house of 10 rooms, with stable in rear; 817 Union st. Inquire A. DECOURTEUX. 629 Merchant st. MAPOX, 2319 — Sunny 6 rooms, bath, stationary tubs; large lower part with four stalls; -rent $25. or will sell cheap. 8 ROOMS and bath. 1445 Ellis st., between Bu- chanan and Webster; rent $15. REED. 14— House of 6 rooms, bath and base- ment; $18. Apply 1325 Washington st. BUSH. 1224— Sunny house of 'j rooms and bath; water free; large yard; rent $37 60. BORROW on diamonds and Jewels: polite at- tentlon. UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye. nOUSES TO LET— FURNISHED. FURNISHED cottage, 7 rooms and basement. In Western Addition: owner will occupy one rm. In part payment If desired. Box 2159, Call. LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED— From barn. 22 Clementina St., a black mare. Notify Xolan Dray age and Warehouse Co.. 7 Stevenson st. MONDAY- White bull terrier, black tall, mlll- tary collar. Return to DAK O'CALLA- GHAX, 11« Davis St.; reward. $13 REWARD— Return of seal muff with head: lost on California st. or Polk. bet. California and Pine. Return to 626 Market st. LOST— GoId Foresters' badge: inscribed C. M. HARRIS. Return to 627 Eddy st.; reward. LOST— A pass-book with the Hlbernla Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in the name of Court Star of California Xo. 7514. Ancient Order of Foresters; Xo. 17S-453. The finder will please return to bank. LOST— At Hlbernla Bank, a package containing papers of no value to finder; return same and receive reward. W. HAGGARD, 1706 Wash- ington st. . ..' . • • ¦ LOST— In the Mission, bundle of lists. Return 1330% Xatoma St.; reward. : •¦'••'• LOST— A passbook with The Hlbernla Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in the name of EDWARD M. CARR. No; . : 219-07 S. The finder will please return to- bank." .-.-. • . BORROW on diamonds: perfect aecrecy; pri- vate ¦ entrance. Uncle Harris. 15. Grant aye.: ': • :•;. '•¦'-. • . . SIKDICAL. MRS. DR.. KOHL, the only reliable ladles' phy- sician and specialist of- long .'and, successful practice; private home for patients before and during confinement; best of 'care; guaranteed treatment at office, $5; safe and reliable; con- sultation free.- 1122 Market st., bstween'Ma- : . son' and. Taylor; hours,:S to I. . -. •' .' : •-. MRS. DR. WYETH. relfable ladles' . physician ¦ and specialist: home for patients in conflne- mentor with; chronic diseases: best, care; : guaranteed treatment at office. $3; consulta- tion free. 942 Post St.. bet. Hyde and Lar- kln; hours. 10 to 5, 7 to 8. ;• -..- . .. DR. G.W. O'DOXXELLu the world-renowned ladles' specialist: safe and reliable; has prac- ticed in S.:F. for years; treated thousands of cases successfully; treatment can be used at home: consultation free;- success guaranteed .Write or call at 1023*4 Market st. ¦ ....'. DRS. GOODWIX. the well-known ladies' sr>e- - cialist. formerly 0f.' 401 Van . Ness, has re- turned from Europe with late scientific meth- . ods; guaranteed treatment at office, $&• safe • and reliable; 15 years' successful practice In ,-S. F. Office. 1007-4 Market st.; near Sixth. WE guarantee to cure any female trouble /or $5; male and female physicians in attendance* confidential consultation free. WOMEN'S . MEDICAL IXSTITUTE. 1236 Market. r,127-123, t)R. and MRS. . DAVIES, . 1228 Market: ladles' - physician; chronic diseases treated; late scien- tific methods; cure guaranteed; treatment.' ss.. MRS. DR. ALLEN. 1035 Market, ladles' special- ist: guaranteed treatment at office.. $s:sare and reliable; consultation free; hours 10. to 8. DR. AXD MRS,: M. WEGEXER-Prlvate home In confinement. 1312 Golden. Gate ave-."- :. : - . DR. WISE. 1 the ladles' specialist. 1113 Market. St.; every case guaranteed; $5 up,.-, ; ." MRS.. DR. ; GWYER. 510 Eddy st.. bet. Hyde and Larkln; hours. 10 to 12. 2 to 4 and .7 to 8. DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor, treats all dh- easps of- the human bo<".y. : 115 Mason" st. ¦ METAPHYSICS. " T~~ COLLEGE— Suggestive therapeutics, telepathy. occultism: free clinic Tues.evir. 365 Larkln. AND- ai INING. ¦ CARTERS Gold Mine shares; fortune makers; dividend payers; quoted on Pacific Stock Ex- change; 62 cents per share or monthly Install- ¦mentt*; send for prospectus. CARTERS GOLT) MINING. CO.. 220 California at., rooms 5-7. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. BOILERS, engines. 2-hand machinery. Mc- IXTOSH & WOLFMAN. 193-137 Fremont st. BARS, back' bars, ¦ mirrors, showcases, coun- ters, -linoleum, office furniture, store and of- fice furniture and fixtures: new and second- hand. -" J. "NOOXAX. 1017-10VJ-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth. .j - BARS, counters, showcases, shelving, mirrors, bought, sold and exchanged. ¦ 1063 Mission st. COMPLETE sausage outfit. Including smoke- • house,, boiler, grinder, stuffer. eto. 363 Fifth st., cornet Clara, . . . MISCELLAXEOPS FOR BAILE. 3 SECOND-HAND- French ranges, laundry. cook and parlor stoves: cheap for ca*a. GRA- HAM & LOAN'E. 439 Fifth St. ¦ LARGE and yellow canary birds for sale at 1516 Geary st. ¦ ' . JUST compare canary birds at LOHMAXN'B. 3163 Sixteenth St.. with others; low prices. A 10-TOX FAIRBANKS scale and fire and bur- glar proof safe. 8 California tf. ¦ FOR SALE— Schooner Prosper; 28 tons; suitable for Alaska trade or Cape Nome; schooner at Mission 2. Apply Immediately to H. LIEBE3 & CO. SAFES— New and second for banks, merchants, steamers, residences: portable If™** bo *" : specie chests, bullion safes, vault*, etc. Th« Waltz Safe Co.. 109-111 Market St.. 3. F.« CaL EDISON concert phonograph, price reduced_t» $100; concert records. $2 50. BACIOALLPL 933 Market st.. San Francisco. A— BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en- gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting, pulleys. etc. WHITELAW. 216 Spear st. A PAIR solitaire diamond screws: price OT: cost $S5. UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye. A— s3 60 DERBY and Fedora hats. $1 75. Pot>- nlar Price Hatters. 330 Kearny St.. nr. Pine. LUMBER, glass and wood cheap this morning. 221 Sansome st. • ' LARGE meeting or show tent: 80x80 feet; will seat 1500 to 2000 people. 1649 Mission st. FOX-TERRIER pups, thoroughbred, nicely marked, for sale: reasonable. 2721 Sutter st. ANTONIO STRADIVARIUS violin at a .bar- galn. Plaxa Loan Office. 703 Kearny st. STEINWAY piano and household furniture: private sale. Box 78. Call office. Oakland. DR. CREELY'S C. P. mange cure; by all drug* gists, or Dog Hospital. 610 Golden Gate aye. ONE 4-sided sticker: 1 planer and matcher: 1 air compressor: 5 locomotives. 220 Fremont. DRESS pants. $3 75; fine suit. $10. MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS. 813 Montgomery st. BOILERS, engines, drill presses, planers. lathe*. Iron tc wood; 2d-hand. J. BURKE. 139 Beala. NEW and cecond-hand slot machines bought and sold. W. C. BENTHAM. 1833 Market st. NEW style Singer sewing machines: 5 drawers; oak; complete: cheap. 1315 Mission, nr. Uth. SECOND-HAND machinery, electrical supplies. boilers and engines. H. S. White. 818 Mission. SAFES— New and second-hand. THE HER- MAXN* SAFE CO.. 417-421 Sacramento st. MISCELLANEOUS WASTS. WAGON wanted, suitable; to the wood and coal business: must be a bargain and In good order. Box 2552. Call office. GOOD second-hand piano; must b« cheap; caaa; no dealers. Box 1502. Call. GOLD quartz rock for Jewelry: $23 per c*> for gold In it. 328 Bush St.. 3d floor, room 4. MONET TO LOAN. AVOID delay; try all others, then se* me; $50 to $100,000; S per cent; Ist. 2d or chattel mort- gages, estates In probate, undivided Interests in estates, legacies and mortgages bought: advice and money furnished. P. A. Dolan, 633 Market. AMY amount at ( per cent: Ist. 2d and 3d mort- gages, undivided Interest, real estate In pro- bate: mortgages and legacies bought; no de- lay ; get my terms before doing business else- where. R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, r. 3. HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds, jewelry at low- est rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store. 846 Market St.: tel. Main 1644. Branch 13 Third st. ANY proposition, any amount; • per cent: first, second mortgages, estates in probate, interest In estates, legacies, life Insurance; chattel mortgages; connri£r»ttal: advlct free. G. E. OLSEN. room 18. first floor. Chronicle bide- MOST reliable place to borrow on diamonds, watches. Jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL. 13 Sixth; highest price for old gold, silver, diamonds. ANY amount by private party on furniture and pianos: no removal; low rates; confidential. BONELLI. Conservatory bldg.. 130 Powell st. AT 126 Kearny St.. room 9. respectable private place to borrow on watches, diamonds: lowest rates: take elevator. Tel. Davis 90S. ON furniture and pianos without removal : quick service: money direct: lowest Interest. Rooms 68 and 69. Poncho* building. 1170 Market st. ON REAL estate. Ist or 2nd mortgages, and on furniture or pianos: no removal; .any amount; lowest rates/ BECKER. 28 Montgomery st. AT I*4 per cent per fconth. on furniture. 1503 Polk St.. OTTO MAX. LOANS to salaried people. TOUSLEY. 430 Par- rott bulldlnc. CASH loaned to salaried people on note without Indorser. MORJtELL. 609 Examiner building. TO salaried men; without collateral or tndorser. S. F. Discount Agency. 143 Phelan building. $50 TO $50.0>V>: lowest rates: Ist and 2d mortjfs. ; any proposition. DRYDEX. 413 Montgomery. Ov furniture, pianos, without removal: no commission: private. LICK. 116 McAllister. IF your property is mortgaged and you need more money see H. MURPHY. 630 Market st. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AGAIN" we remind you that you should pur- chase your medium and low priced planoi where they can be exchanged for a Stetnway within three years and have full purchase price allowed. We are selling new upright pianos for $6 per month, and some good planoa for $3. $4 and $3 per month. SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. Steinway Dealers, cor. Kearny and Sutter sts.. San Francisco.; corner Thir- teenth and Broadway. Oakland. ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house west of Chicago Is KOHLER A CHASE'S. 2s. 2S and 30 O'Farrell et.: pianos, organs and all other musical Instruments of all grades and prices: terms easy; prices lowest: every- thing possible done to please- and satisfy tho customer. K.VAIiE picnon; new scale; new styles. KOII- LEF. & CHASE. 30 O'Farrell st. TO-DAY n offer a fine Gibson for $200, Decker A Sos for $250 and other bargains equally sy»od. MAUVAIS', 769 Market «U DECKER & SON* and Packard ar« the names to remember when you look for a first-class piano. Agency. MAUVAIS*. 763 Market st. CHICKERING grand, $3 per mo.; Irving & Co. square. $35 cashh. SCOTT-CURTAZ PIANO . CO.. E6O Hayes st. . LARGE stock of Baldwin and other standard pianos; prices reduced to insure prompt sales. W.--C. HAMILTON. 324 Post St. CO SLIGHTLY used high and medium grade pianos: special discounts for cash: open Sat. evenings. Heine Piano Mfg. Co., 136 Ellis st. A FEW more pianos will be sold this week for storage,- cheap- for cash; correspondence soltc- Ited; $40 up. Wilson's Storage. 1710 Market. BARGAIN— An Upright elegant, old English. antique design. : |10O,: Room 10. Flood building. WE are still • renting new pianos. at $3 per month, Scott-Curtaa Piano Co.. 560 Hayes st. W. G. BADGER. 412 Sacramento St.. agftnt for Francis Bacon and Hallett & Davis planoa. CONOVER. Colby and Spencer pianos. Spencer .warerooms.- 1813 Market st; : . ¦ FINE Fischer & Steinway upright: sacrificed. KEEFTE'3, IQI3 >an Ness aye., nr. Geary st. GOOT* upright piano: nearly new; \ cheap. HORXUNG'S, 218 McAllister st. ; ..." :. BARGAIN— Good upright: cheap. SCHMITZk 1« . McAllister St.. next Hlbernla Bank. SUPERIOR violins, xlthers. old and new. :H. MULLER. maker, repairer, t Latham place. OFFICES AND STORES— TO ¦] LET. FOR sale or rent— Store and dwelling combined, corner Center and Jefferson • sts.. .Stockton. JOHAXSOX.' US9 Market St., 9. F.« or J. .A. LYXDALL. Zl X. Sutter st. t Stockton. : UXIOX-SQUARE building, opposite City «f. Parts, Stockton and Geary sts.— Elegant new : offices and stores. ' • ¦ .-. . .•• • .• TO let— Fine office room. 17x9 feet. In rear of . store- 714 Market St.. opposite Call building. LARGE store, 65 feet deep. 14 feet high: bual- ¦ ness- location; S living rooms. 151 Second st_ ! ; HO— STORE: 2 show windows and S larga rooms; adapted -to any business." .427 Sixth »t. - '"¦•. =..:=.'/¦¦ - PALJIISTRy. ..;¦¦:¦'.¦¦ . ;.; ST. . GERMAIX College of •Palmistry. MME. XEEROAAKD. president, readings from 1 to g p..m.; by mall $1. 616- Geary st. . ' ¦¦ „•; . : . PERSONALS. •; BELLE-OUDRY . ~~~: v" "~^ .19 XOT A LADT. THERE is being organized at.Heald'm Business College/ Xtght School a stenographic- Speed Club for stenographers and others who wish, to increase their speed in shorthand. .'•/;:, A GOOD speaking knowledge of the. Spanish language can' be acquired in a few weeks by the conversational method at Hea'ld's Busi- ness College Xlght School; terms reasonable. A FINE suit to order $10 75 or pants $3 75; our specialty in reuflunt* allows us to sell cheaper than ready made. L. LEMO3 • 1117 Market st.. bet. 7th and Bth. prop. One- prtce Tailorine Co.; 5C2 Kearny. near Sacto- also 1644 Market st.. under St. Nicholas. IF you wish full value for your cast-off cloth- ing call on B. Cohen. 157 Third; tel. black 4123. PRIVATE detective work; reasonable rates: 10 years' experience, J. B. RAY. 357 Jessie tt. FIOER'S sweepers are the b«t and cheapest. All kinds repaired and for sale at 2tf Sutter. ,}:,[' ..''. : '':.'. B.AJ*'' FRANCISCO. CALL. ;. ''..- j CTTSINESS v OFFICI 1 " of " the Fan Fr*ncl«co Cell., corner «f Market, and Third streets, open ortil 12. o'clock : every: night Jn: the. year. PRANCH OFFICES^J27. Montgomery street. rcrr.er Ciay; «i>en . until . .9 iSO .p. ni.' : ... '. f«0 :ITares.rtrert: open "until 9:38 c m. . -. . C» McAllister rtreet: open until 9:30 p. m. CIS Larkln street: open until 9:30 p. m. . ¦•:;:;. JMI Mission street; ©pen until 19 p. m. 120 Market, street, corner Sixteenth ; open entll J p. m.'. ¦'.¦.•¦•;." .-•;,' ¦ . JC6 Eleventh efreet: open unt!l» D. m.;. :. . 10?J Valencia street; open -until Jp.m. . ? ••" ..' :rT3 Polk etreet: !open until 9p.m. . • .• . - .Northwest corner of. Twenty-second an* Ken- «Mrky *tr«e.tf':*rten until •» p.m . ••:'*. v ¦• ,>iki;ting /.notices. CALIFORNt A ! Cbtnmandery No. VV T «£ Tw" T S Poet St.— Stated- assembly-. THIS fCJ ..^Ev'E-xiNp^'VAlt^f-^jers^Vcordialli-.'.Jnr."-'^^.-; -¦I"' SIR jd.HN -T.6nNIN.GSEN.! Commander- ¦ TERPA BT'EN A . I^pflge of Perfection ."*BP" No ieAnnual , raeetins .THIS <FRI- ¦ A-"- DAY) \EVT.NJNG at S o'clock. . •-. : . ; . -^L : ..;••.'.:"•;; GEO.;, J:: ; HOBE. Secretary. tfg Fl pr.LlTT. ' Lodce . No. •'•iro, ' F:-' and A. .- - ; •- ' M.-^Funerar.notire^OTficerß.and mem- ~m\-. te'fs are requdstej to be it«. m at Ma- ¥» ' *bnic Temrle • THIP PAY (FRIDAY). 'WA "at: 1..p.m!..: for the purpose. of. conducting the -funeral ceremonies of-:pur late brother, JA- . :<?OB: <?OB DROSPXER. thence to: late residence of r -dec-eased, 25H6 Flllmore ft. ; and : to Home of . : Pracp Cemeterj" by.3:30 p. m. train from Third and Townserd sts.". 'By order of the W. M. '. ¦ -V ¦;¦ • '¦:. ¦-:¦ : " FREDERICK -'BAR-RY, -Secretary.' COI-DEN" WesTLodge No. 222. I. O. 0 F..— Members will.; meet KUI- r^ZSS^i^ DAY. Feb. ?. at. 12 m.. to attend the .funeral .-br pur late brorber. "/nv- . V- P •"'fcMY-.TH. ; « ; H. ANDREWS, X. O. ;./yJ.H. THRANE. Rec. fiec. ¦.-:-.-• . .----' REGt'L A R meeting :pf the Caledon- » >. ..Jan .Club . THIS EVENING at 8 A J/J ¦o'clock' at- ?rntHFh Hall. 117 Lar- ""CSXi* •"\.ldn' : Ft; . ANGUS McLEOD. /Chief. "*^^ : ?.A>*DREW McNAIR. Secretary. THE regular annual meeting of the stockhold- ers of the UNION TRUST GOM- PANY of Ban Francisco. wUI be held at the office cf the company In the Union Trust Company* tvuiidlng. comer Montgom- : *tj-.. Post and Market »t«., 6an Francisco. Ca'l., on MONDAY, the. fifth day of February, 1800. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.. for the . purpose -of electing a board of directors to ,«wve for the following year, the amendment of. the by-laws of the company and the trans- »ctlon' «f 6«ch other business as may come before the- meettrtr. • • ¦' . - ;. I. W. HFTLLMAX TR.. Secretary. ANNUAL Meeting.— The ansual meeting of the lot owners in the Masonic Cemetery will be h*ld at the Masonic Temple on TUESDAY AFTERNOON. February 6. 1900. at 2 o'clock. .for the election of three trustees and cuch business as may lecally come before It. : :;; ;. GEO. J. HOBE. Secretary. "BORROW on diamonds: secrecy: private en- trance: rrlvate rms. T'nrle Harris. 15 Grant. ; v ; V ASTROLOGY. PROF. A. MAPERY of Egypt, greatest astrolo- c!rt end palmist Jn the world: satisfaction F!yi. T n rt.»e(J.. 457 f!ol<"en fJate tv», . ATTOnXEV!" AT LAHV ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private: n'o'-f without auf'cess:. collections. G. W. llOM"E.atty at. law. Sr* Market, cor. Stocktn. ADVJCE frwr no charee -unless successful. TT. IV. PAVIDSON. 6^7. Market st., opp. Mason. T. H. MKRZBArH. . attorney at law. has re- rumea .practice at. TOJ Cal, . st.. Clunie bldg. . L. S, CLARK; Kmrna. Ppreckels bldg.. 927 Mar- V»»t ft.: •<virr*=uU't'tlon free: no fees In advance. ¦:- : BOARD \XO ItOOMS. ¦¦:'. HOT^L^^ATKjJ^t'NT-^''v^TH^Market— Elegant ¦ xifw': furniture;, first-class;., in .every respect; ' tiibie .UnsuTpassefl; hot and '. cold water; <rte» ".¦Aato;Kv.'^lt-e?i-"-:>»» - ltti,:board;for 2, $50 month up. NKWfarnib*: hotel:: first-cja^s in all appoint- Tneiits; ex'Velleiit table; Fj>ecial inducements to ?elect- -p*-oj>l*>:. f O7 ..California et.. occupying ::<~orr.er ; «->nt>oslte -Grace. Church.' : . . -'•;• . '•Unl^RAVli fIOTEL." Polk and Clay— Sun- ny ;fultei«r best .boiae*^ 1 $-'0 up; single, $22 50. I'VT'!'. i 1??i 1 ?? 3 The "¦ Fallsbu-ry")— Large ¦'un-iy I'tms with t.card i", >n. .suite -or sinje'e: reasonahle. . I'AIGHT. ill^Sunny rooms /with board; terms .•:..rea«</r,a't.>le.'. ¦.-.•"' .-:-.¦ '¦. ;..'¦¦' '_ ¦ ' ' ¦ '¦ ; ' ¦•'¦:'-¦:¦ "LJUB PALMAS. lf^) Market St.— Suite of 2 or 3 . rtns.> private; l>aih; Fin. ras.; board optional. O" J-'AP.nKLL.'- T4:-<:ioan. comfortable rooms; (rood horxie.rookt:tjpr: special rates to gents. P.OnMfi.TvTe^e'ler.t board, $20 x>+r month; 'also 1 ar! >.r .-.suit;. .-.-home .' romforts. : 1943- Howard St. VAN .NX??.:i 1 44--r:ie«raritly furnished rooms, ;... iviih li.ard /.parlor, piano, phone; reasonable. KOTIHOW . ion: pianos. . furniture, diamonds, .•"•palvt.:r:et=: sfrrery. l*n<-le Harris. 15 Orant ay. JJOIHb'AVU ROOMS 'WANTED.; ANT «rr,ouf,t to loan you nn diamonds; low ln- terest. UNCLE HARRIS. X Grant aye. j ; BOARDING FOR CHILDREN. i.APT. with-. grown family wishes child to (r^o<J h^nif; reasonable. Uox 1091. Call. v ; : : noo ics— n e%y and old. BCHOPLV :BOOKS "• bovght and exchanged. Holrn*-s Bock Co.. 704 Mission Bt.. near Third. -i'liOOl AND SHOK BARGAINS. c!>iTAiRANeIE^iALE'^ •Men's : :reru!ar 11 &0 eboet $115 Childreh'f regular $1 00 F.hoes 65 eta People's £rnw? Store. 1303Stockton. nr. Br'dw'y. BLM.M.M CUANCISS. A^tTW: RESTAURANT and oyster house; rent . $34; Market aad Jones ?ts.; rare chance. R. . O: WILIiE, IN Market Bt.. corner Ellis. A^-«r;; BRANCH bukfrj". with 3 living rooms; -establiFhed 10 years; daily receipts $15; eplen- <!id l<x:«tion on Larkin Bt. R. G. WILKE, VA '. Market st. A SALOON en water front, with 4 years' lease, fine f.xturee. large stock, rushing business; no: better location on East st; splendid chance. R. G. WILKE, SOS Market et. A— slsoo; CORNER, grocery In very best part of the Mission; large stuck, 1 horse, wagon, cart; 75 order customers; place established jears and flrst-c'as-s paying. Call R. G. WILKE. SOt Market »t. Ji. — CIGAR store, connected with candy and ice oreani ¦ oarlora. on transfer point, close to Powell' and I'ost sts.; rent $20; lirst-class pay- Ing; large stock; line fixtures. H. G. WILKE. SC6 Market Ft. A— 1350; DAIRY produce and delicacy store. with 3 living ro»jms: rent $12: a good-paying business. Inquire R. G. WILKE. K)6 Market. A— J00O; PARTNER wanted In chop and coffee house; lively country town: place clearing $60 for *acb uartn«-r. Call-R. G. WILKE. SO6 Market Et. A-i^io: BAKERY near McAllister 6U; estab- lfshtd years; all store trade; large stock; : rent J2*i : 4 years' lease; lVi barrels per day. Call R. G. WILKE. 906 Market St. »II*O— CORNER grocery and bar: established many years and doing a splendid business; choicest location few blocks north of Market; rent J45. Call R. G. WILKE, 906 Market et. J6O— HOTEL AND BAR- Clearing about $r,OO. FINE LOCATION. Cheap rent— Price $SQC9. $2500 can remain at 6 t*r cent Interest. For Bale only by DECKER. 1020 Market. ATTENTION, SELLERS! ~™ I/rt whatever you have for sale with me. I can sell Tor cash. I will advertise it free for you. I'want no exclusive contract. /Have buyer waiting with cash. ¦ I sell city and country real es- • tate and business pieces. H. C. DECKER. 1020 Market st.. opp. Fifth. A— *.?00— PARTNER wanted In manufacturing busitaees; must deli\-«?r with wagon; will clear J9O per month to each. Pacific Exchange, ILK . Market et. ¦ A— t'OO^CORNER saioon; private entrance rooms; receipts $10 to $20 per day; everything complete. Pacific Krchange. 1016 Market «t. frcoo — '"LEGANT corner store and modern s- room cottape; rents 130; cost $3500; $1000 will take It. KIIErXJ & CO.. 22i* Geary at. $200— PARTNER; transfer and storage; $100 a month; rare chance. Kredo & Co.. 22V4 Geary. |tt«V- DRAYING express; only one in town of 4'Hio population; $10,000 yearly. KREDO & CO. TARTMCK wanted with $300: can clear $75 per month. COWING & CO.. 1130 Market et. A FINE corner ealoon; good location; a snap COWI NO & CO.. 1130 . Market st. v HOO— PARTNER wantp-i: good corner naloon* must be honest. COWING & CO.. 1130 Market. t?(>o— PARTNER wanted: light well-established luisinete; will pay over $7« per month to each yearly. McLAUGHLIX & CO.. 777^ Market. Ilf/t— <?ORNER ealoon; bargain this Uay. Mc- LAUGHLIX <fe CO.. 7T7-* MiU"ket Bt. 81Sf>0— 6A LOON. 200 ft. from the Baldwin: Prt- vate enirance, clubrooms: first-class In every respect; coo 3 businees. • JONES, 865 Market. BALOON at Third et... near Market; One trade, cheap if cold at once. Apply Liquor Dealers' Journal, 525V4 California st.. room L . • " A BUSINESS clearing fIOO per .montli for $600, . if taken at once. Pacific States Realty Co.. 220 ParroU bulldlcr . " BUSINESS CHANCES— Conlln«e*. $200— BRANCH bakery, notions and variety store; north of Market; 4 living rooms; rent $18; must be cold at once. M. LESS. 76j Mkt. $250— STATIONERY, confectionery, school-books and lunch rooms; Western Addition: *"**/. ' schools; owrrer going away. M. LESS. «6o Mkt. $g(>o— SALOON: few doors north of Market; near 8 theaters; doing excellent business; private rooms; must be sold at once: owner going East. M. LESS.- 785 Market st. |CSO— WOOD. coal. hay. grain and feed busi- ness, situated In best portion . of Western Addition; good horses and wagons: estab- lished 25 years: low rent; long lease; fullest Investigation allowed: this Is a chance selJom offered. M. LESS. 7C5 Market st. . •''-'¦• NOTICE '' ' : ' .'• "¦—: ¦' — STENBERG & CO. ¦¦. . ¦"..' .. ;'. ¦ ' —Have Removed to- — . : ... i_^ ; — 535 Market Street. '.'...¦ . — —Over Hale Bros. A— ssoo: CORNER, grocery'' 'and- bar: best Joea r tlon In the Mission; well established; doing good business; nice clean stock; good value for the money. Stenberg Co.. 935 Market st. "PARTNER" In saloon: chance for steady, aober man with email capital. Call at 79 Third st. $300— CIGAR Store; the best In city J°J"- the ' money; clubrooms. Particulars at. < 9 Third et. $150— PARTN^ER wanted in old-established of- fice business; will clear $75 month to each. . City. Business Exchange,. 79 Third St.- ¦ ; .. ¦.' WANTED— An Al man for the manufacture of Jellies and preserves: must thoroughly understand his business and come well recom- mended; none other need apply. Box 11.0, Call office. -¦¦.;.;•'¦'¦"¦•"¦ \."."---.:"""-: :'.'.¦'.¦¦,-¦ " HALF interest in paying business on Market St.: best ever offered, for price; Just lnvestl-. gate. 1104 Market St.. Room 14. : V' '¦ : $&?0— lI ALF interest in fish and oyster stand : doing a first-claps business; situated In best market in city; : Investigate. Address box 2t03. Call office. .'¦':•:'':¦.''.'' ; V •-• -', " ¦:' -. FRUIT store; cheap If sold this week; living rooms. Apply 1052 Howard st., room. II."- . CIGAR stand and laundry office for sale cheap. Apply MISS G. SMITH. 715'fr Howard st. ....... $100— DELICACY store; cause death; no auo-. tloneers. 428 Sixth St. . . •• -. . ...:..¦ FOR sale— News stand, laundry and cigars; Ellis and Mason; cheap. Box 10S5, Call office, FOR Bale— A neat restaurant; good location; reasonable. Apply at 207 Grant aye.,- salocn. RESTAURANT for sale; call and see* 141 East etreet. ¦.-..'• .'; ,- : '¦ ". .-. -¦"-.. '¦-.'¦' ¦'..-.-"-- . FOR rent— Large basement saloon; fine location downtown; newly fitted up: electric lights; low rent; furniture: fixtures and stock for $100. WM. HENDRICKSON & CO.. 614 Call bldg. 100-ROOM house for. sale or exchange for lodg- ing hcuse in Chicago or other business; no agents. Box 2522. Call office. ' . ..-'.-.'. . ; BARGAIN for buying or selling saloons or any business; fair treatment. Liquor Dealers'. Journal. S39H California st., room 1. . .. ¦ . DENTAL office; first-class; central; must be told; terms easy. Mac Donald, 6 Eddy, r. 107. FOR sale— Chop house doing good business. 402 Pupont st. -. ¦¦:.-. . . ¦ '"..; ; ¦'¦-.- ¦¦' -' ¦• -.;.¦' ¦;' ¦• . - BARGAIN— Grocerj- and bar cheap. Liquor Dealers' Journal, &39H California st.. room 1. GENTLEMAN with extensive shipping, connec-. tlon in Sydney.N. S. W, would like to rep- resent good American house at that port. Ad- dress WORRALL, care J. J. MOORE & CO.. ¦416 California Ft., S..F. .. ¦ '."-•" *.- ¦ .-¦'; BUSINESS opportunity— Will sell complete Mo- tion Picture public entertainment outfit, with large advertising bills and everything needed, cheap for cash; have made $60 to $300 per week; no experience required to operate., it: : best of reasons for selling. Send this ad and addrees Drawer 146, Chicago- .¦..¦'.. MEAT market for sale cheap; owner retiring from meat business. Address or Inquire. R. .A.. 150 Clinton Park. # -.- ¦ . ¦ '.."" .. ' : " ¦ . '¦ WANT to buy or rent a road house in or near Sonoma County; open or closed. Address L. R.. box 1505. Call office. FIRST-CLASS baken* and confectionery; good location; doing good business. Inquire Call office, .;v ..-¦: "."¦.: ."- ' -..' : "...•"•¦¦ PLANING mill and lumber yard. In this city for sale. Box 1117. Call office. BARBER chop for sale; good location. . 796 Geary et. ¦¦ ; ;'¦ .y: : : "."¦¦¦¦" '. -.". •¦'¦- -. FOR rent in Petaluma. a fine new store with plate-glass front; suitable for dry goods, mil- linery or candy; .first-class business opportu- nity; best location In town. See owner at 1557 Folsom *t.. San Francisco. ¦ ¦ .' : . ¦ ¦ $ICjO— CASH corner grocery and bar; good etock: fine location. Inquire 466 Castro et. : call bet. 6 and 7p. m. .'¦.' ' . ."•¦'¦ ¦• OLD-ESTABLISHED grocery . and fruit busi- ness on main thoroughfare, centrally located in -city of Oakland: clean stock; first-class trade- value in sight: no agents. Address box 46, Call office. Oakland: $ICSO— SALOON; O'Farrell-st. corner: safe: 5 boxes, piano-room; no agents. Address box 1122. Call office. ... . ; :"¦.•"• JSOO— GROCERY and bar: NE. cor. Valley and Dolores sts. ; 5 years' lease; good, business; fine location. ¦-¦ '.- .- -¦•:':¦ ROUTE of 844 papers on this paper for sale. Box 6. Oakland Postoffice. ;-' ... ..". COFFEE tea routes supplied from GEO. W. CASWELL &. CO., 412 Sacramento st. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch office, 2200 Flllmore 6t. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and subscriptions has been established at 10S6 Va- lencia at. : ' A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and cubEcrlptlons has been established at the northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken- tucky sts.: open until 9 p. m. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. TO clo«e estate the stock of 200 new and sec- ond-hand wagon*, buggy, carts and over 150 sets of harness will be pold at half cost, as the business must be closed. 1140 Folsom St., near Eighth^ ¦ FOR sale— Finest Brewster Victoria, coupe and family carriage. Inspect 1011 Sutter st. NEW and 2d-hand wagons, buggles.carts and har- ness, wk. & driving horses. 15th and Valencia. ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness. etc.. cheap. EGAN fc SON. 2117 Mission st. CARPET BEATING AND CLEANING. WHEN you become disgusted with poor work eend to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat- ing Works. 353-357 Tehama St.: tel. S. 4U. J. McQUEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.. 453 Stevenson st. ; tel. South 225; lowest rates. CARPETS cleaned at 3c per yard; laid at 4c. STRATTON'S. 3 Eighth St.; tel. Jessie 944. J. E. MITCHELL Carpet Cleaning Co., 240 14th Bt. ; cleaning. 3c per yard; tel. Mission 74. ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter st.; tel. Main 354. GEO. WALCOM. proprietor. CONKLIN'S Carpet-beatinz works. 33J Golden Gate aye.: telephone East 126. SPIRITUALISM. ATTENTION! Removed! Removed! MRS. DR. A. D. HOWE, The World's Most Famous Medium 1 • and Clairvoyant, Has removed her offices to her residence. 1061 Seventh avenue. East Oakland, Cal. Reveals Your Life From the Cradl* - to the Grave. '::'.' Every Hidden Mystery Revealed.'. .•- . To the Blck Especially :;: •" Her assistance Is priceless. Her "Revealed Medicines." registered and copyrighted, cura. all diseases on earth, consumption, paralysis, rheumatism, all skin diseases, heart, and' nervous affections. The wonderful cures' which the has made are the talk of the whole slope. WRITE "•.-.¦ ... If you cannot call, for thousands upon thou- f ands have been made rich, _ happy. - and healthy without ever having come to see this wonderful woman. Consultation by. mall is always most eucceseful and. satisfactory, and. all correspondence Is kept sacredly conflden-' Address or call. MRS.- DR. A. D. HOWE. . Fee $1 and upward. ¦ ¦": "-. : . .... . ¦; ."• Diagnosis' Free. '. ' • ' '.' N. B.— MRS. DR. A; D... HOWE, -. 1061 Seventh, avenue. East Oakland. ¦• .-, -. .- -.• Take .the. ¦ broad-gauge ferry :ahd get'off at Clinton station.' the -second .station- : from Broadway. ... . ' - •-¦¦ :-. •¦-• '-' ¦ CLAIRVOYANTS AND SPIRITUALISM. A— PROFESSOR MAY. ' ! ~~^ ;• . '~ : \ —ALWAYS SEE THE BEST ';:-• . ..•'•: "-. -123. TURK ST. ire excites the wonder and admiration of the most skeDtlcal: gives advice • on. love, .- business and dorhestl-c .trouble; ;uhltes.the separated and ref-tores': lost affection; if In doubt, trouble or adversity call en' this Rifted medium and. he will help you; mediums developed In from 3 to 6 months: letters containing three questions and $1 answered; hours, 9 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 2. MRS. HARLAND, removed to. 136 Cth; test cir- cle to-night, 10c; articles read. ATTEND Mrs. Dunham's circle of truth. 2, 8 ' p. m., 14 McAllister, room 25; "admission 10c. MME. MOREAU, the best medium and card reader; 25c. up. 73 Fourth su, near Mission. . C. V. MILLER'S materializing trumpet seance, .8 p. m. 409 Leavenworth St.; 25c. MME. ZEREDA of. 6 Seventh ft! is the original ¦ gypay life reader; readings, 25c. , EDWARD EARLE. Independent slate writer. 333 Ellis st.; circle fun. .and Wed. ¦ evenings. MME. SHAFFER, clairvoyant, card reader; slt- t'.Egs dally. 212* i Sixth st. . •«¦ ¦ THE SAT* FRANCISCO GALL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. 10